Ports

  • Subic Q1 container throughput up 10 percent...

    Cargo container throughput from export and import transactions in the Subic Bay Freeport unexpectedly increased in the first quarter of this year, although fewer ships called here due to trade slowdown amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

     

  • The Port of València moves 479,171 containers in...

    Data on goods movements and container traffic from Valenciaport for the month of April show that the port facilities managed by the Port Authority of Valencia (PAV) have closed the crisis generated by the COVID-19 pandemic. In April 2021, the Valenciaport docks operated 479,171 containers, i.e. 26,687 TEUs (standard 20-foot container) more than in April 2019, the year without the pandemic. In relative figures, this represents a growth of 5.9%, while compared to April last year, the increase is 9.9%.

     

  • Indian port shutdowns may affect shipments of...

    Some Indian ports are feared to face shutdowns during the country’s devastating wave of COVID-19 cases, including major ports handling shipments from China. Chinese logistics companies worry that the suspended operations might cause further delays in shipments of emergency medical equipment and cargo.

     

  • California Ports continue to see record volumes

    California’s major seaports all reported continued record results in April driven largely by strong consumer sales which are driving record levels of imports. The ports of Long Beach, Los Angeles, and Oakland all reported new records for the month and continued to expect strong imports continuing into the summer of 2021. However, they noted that the downside is the continued weak exports levels at each of the ports.

     

  • APM Terminals agrees divestment of APM Terminals...

    APM Terminals (APMT) and Hutchison Ports are pleased to announce that Hutchison Ports Netherlands B.V., a subsidiary of Hutchison Ports, has signed an agreement to acquire the Rotterdam container terminal APM Terminals Rotterdam (APMTR) from APMT.

     

  • Trailer Bridge signs first long-term agreement...

    Trailer Bridge Inc., headquartered in Jacksonville, FL., announced today it has signed a 20-year lease agreement with Puerto Rico Ports Authority for the Army Terminal. This is the company’s first long-term agreement with the port since its inception, signaling Trailer Bridge’s continued commitment to providing weekly sailings to support shipper’s needs to and from the island.

     

  • Sines was the 2nd port that grew the most in the...

    With 13% year-on-year growth in 2020, the Port of Sines was the second European port with the greatest evolution in containerized cargo, occupying the 16th position in the list of the main European ports in this segment. The ranking was published by a Spanish magazine specialised in transports (Transporte XXI) that analyzed the results of the European port market within last year.

     

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The Port of València moves 479,171 containers in April and sets monthly and year-on-year records

Data on goods movements and container traffic from Valenciaport for the month of April show that the port facilities managed by the Port Authority of Valencia (PAV) have closed the crisis generated by the COVID-19 pandemic. In April 2021, the Valenciaport docks operated 479,171 containers, i.e. 26,687 TEUs (standard 20-foot container) more than in April 2019, the year without the pandemic. In relative figures, this represents a growth of 5.9%, while compared to April last year, the increase is 9.9%.

 
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Indian port shutdowns may affect shipments of emergency items

Some Indian ports are feared to face shutdowns during the country’s devastating wave of COVID-19 cases, including major ports handling shipments from China. Chinese logistics companies worry that the suspended operations might cause further delays in shipments of emergency medical equipment and cargo.

 
English

California Ports continue to see record volumes

California’s major seaports all reported continued record results in April driven largely by strong consumer sales which are driving record levels of imports. The ports of Long Beach, Los Angeles, and Oakland all reported new records for the month and continued to expect strong imports continuing into the summer of 2021. However, they noted that the downside is the continued weak exports levels at each of the ports.

 
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